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  • #69939
    Cristina
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    Hi Everyone,

    Annie Tobin asked me to let all of you, who are wondering where she is, know that she didn’t abandon the Campus.

    She has had a lens replacement surgery and the eyes have not adjusted well to the procedure. Also, the eyes are very light-sensitive, so she is very limited now in what she can do.

    She hopes that things will get to normal in a not too distant future… So do I.

    #69941
    MoniqueN.
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    Hope all goed well soon with Annie! 🙂

    #69943
    Ann Seeber
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    Cristina: Please send my get well wishes and love to Annie! Thanks

    #69947
    Michele
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    Thanks for letting us know, Christina. Please send Annie our love and best wishes.

    #69950
    Cristina
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    Thank you, Monique, Ann, and Michele! I am sure she will be very happy with the best wishes. In times like this, having support from friends is very important and therapeutic.

    #69952
    Marie-Claire
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    Thanks Christina for letting us know, I wish Annie a speedy recovery !

    #69953
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Thanks, Cristina. Annie, you are missed and well loved. Feel better fast!..fast as a speeding bullet. Praying for your healing.

    #69963
    Cristina
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    Thank you, Marie-Claire and Bonnie; best wishes and love sent!

    #69967
    Mary Solaas
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    Thanks Cristina for letting us know.  Annie is sure missed.  We will be praying for her speedy recovery.

    #69979
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Mary , I really like what you did with 6-12. It inspired me to go over the labs again. Of course I don’t have a clue as what to do with the game board but you evidently did. Good job!

    #69980
    Cassel
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    Let me chime in a little. Although the Lab module uses a board game and the tutorials show parts of it, you can get inspired by the Game of life and use the game board idea as a timeline for something. That would work well with many scenarios.

    #70003
    Cristina
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    Message from Annie Tobin:

    Monique, Ann, Michele, Marie-Claire, Bonnie, Anne, Mary Solaas, and Corrie  … you are amazing troopers and I accept your well wishes in good grace.  It sure has been a trial and all I can do is wait … obviously I need to have lessons in patience which has never been one of my virtues, lol!

    #70004
    Cristina
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    Carole, I like the idea of using the board game as a timeline… I am quite sure I haven’t created any layout for this Lab6-M12, and your suggestion will help to add it in a different way… Anyway, I am so behind with the Lab lessons that I don’t know which module I will start with when I finish the scripting course.

    #70020
    MoniqueN.
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    I couldn’t resist buying the watercolor script at the store.

     

    My first project with it, is this one. I (what’s the past tense ( ?) of draw? Drawed? a quick line around the couple, so the bottom line wasn’t right, but I wanted to see what would happen using the script, so I left it the way it came out.

    #70055
    Mary Solaas
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    Thanks, Lynda.  It actually was fun once I decided where to go with it.  I have saved the game board as a template in case I want to have a go at it again as Carole suggested.

    I just finished Lab 7 Mod 2 (my OCD makes me take it from the beginning and work my way up (LOL)).  This one had me for a while as I couldn’t think of why I would want scratched paper!  But I decided to make a wood paper that looked old and then “distress” it (scratch it).  So that’s my background. The loopy frame I think needs work or maybe have a go at it again (it uses my nemisis – the pen tool).  The grungy edge was fun to make and I colored it and used it as a frame for the picture.  The ribbons on the green paper (picot edge) and the scalloped ribbons combined with the striped ribbon are all mine as well as the papers.  The text (both title and narrative) are Bahnschrift SemiBold.

    #70158
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I don’t think I have posted these pages here. I know I did on FB. Double page layout. Our cats have never paid any attention to TV until we got Dishscapes. They love their “bird TV”.

    #70160
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Second page of double page layout…”Bird TV”.

    #70168
    Corrie Kinkel
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    I’m working through the mastersclasses; Carole your new index is very helpful deciding which one to follow. I’m looking at some older masterclasses that deal with the more basic tools, like the brush varience palette. I used the brush varience palette but now I see that was only the beginning. So I played a bit with it and made a simple layout with the results.

    #70449
    Betsy Davis
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    Hello to everyone! You all do beautiful work! Since it has been cold here with plenty of snow and ice, I expressed my wish on this page. The bird and frame are from the kit “A Sparkling Start” and the swirl with snowflakes from “In the Frosty Air.” I selected the part of the photo that I wanted on the outside of the frame, promoted it to a layer, erased the background so only the icicles were visible, put the layer on top of the photo and frame, lined it up and added shadow. The font is Back to Valentine Love (Creative Fabrica).

    #70491
    Michele
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    Great use of the out-of-bound technique, Betsy.

    #70499
    Betsy Davis
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    Thanks Michele!

    #70558
    Michele
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    What would I do without Carole’s scripts and other goodies? Some days I’m just at a loss for what to do in my gaming group. I used Cass’s Scattered Photos script; it’s wonderful and you can still move the pics around. Her Knit script has come in handy more than once recently as the game has been giving us “sweatery” themes; it makes for a great background. Lastly, her Stitches2 font helped me make a lovely frame.

    #70569
    Sheila Hogg
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    Well, we are nearly at the end of January and lots of lovely and vibrant layouts being done. I have been playing with no real plan in mind as I have lost my mojo a bit and felt a bit lost. Anyway, this emerged and I used it to to showcase a photo of my maternal family. How young they were then and how time flies. I wonder if our photo.s will be as interesting and thought provoking in many years time. Most images are my own, extracted or created from drawing and colouring, with the addition of a couple of labels from Graphic Angel. I made some net and addmission tickets using Caroles Scripts. Anyway, TFL.

    #70573
    Mary Solaas
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    Finally finished Lab 7 Mod 3 – paper made with 4 element pattern, fabric tag, metallic element.

    #70575
    Mary Solaas
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    Michelle – always enjoy your layouts.  That sweater background really intrigues me.

    #70599
    Michele
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    Thanks, Mary. The knit script from the Creation Cassel store creates a 400 x 400 tile of a knitted texture in whatever color you choose. (Each time you run it, you’ll get a different texture result.) You can then use the tile as a pattern to flood fill your background. For this project, after trying several different things, I used a 45 angle and 250 size to flood fill a 3600 x 3600 page. I duplicated that layer, rotated it 90 degrees, and changed the opacity of the new layer to 50%.

    I accidentally discovered that you can also use a pattern or gradient to create the knit tile. The possibilities are endless!

    #70601
    Michele
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    For today’s theme, I resurrected a project from an old Scrapbook challenge (December 2017). I made a bunch of changes, but it was great not to have to start from scratch

    #70602
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Christina,

    That was silly sending Annie a message when she probably can’t see it as of yet. Perhaps you can relay my message to her.

    Thanks,

    Lynda

    Annie,

    How are things going now?  I hope improvements have been made. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

    Lynda

    #70612
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I was just messing around with a image and some backgrounds from Creative Fabrica. I turned the eyes image into a png then I changed the eye color from blue to brown and green and put them on one of the backgrounds. Added a PSP frame.

    #70613
    Michele
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    Very cool, Lynda.

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